Marv Levy

Marv Levy

Where Else Would You Rather Be?

By Marv Levy; Jim Kelly (Foreword by)

Sports Publishing LLC, Paperback, 9781613210215, 448pp.

Publication Date: January 2012

Forty-seven years of joyous celebrations after victories and crushing disappointments after defeats are encompassed in "Marv Levy: Where Else Would You Rather Be?," but it is about more than just touchdowns and interceptions--it's about how a person like Marv Levy, dedicated to his life's work, can begin his career as the obscure assistant coach of a high school junior varsity team and decades later lead a team to the Super Bowl. Readers will learn about the character, persistence, and personalities of those incomparable Buffalo Bills of the 1990s who so resolutely pursued their impossible dream. Sports fans will look forward to each adventure contained in these pages, and will no doubt agree with the sentiment of the author: "Where else would I rather be than right here--right now

About the Author
Marv Levy is a Hall of Famer and former professional American and Canadian football coach. Levy was a member of the coaching staff for the Philadelphia Eagles, the Los Angeles Rams, and the Washington Redskins before he became the head coach of the Montreal Alouettes of the CFL. He led the Alouettes to two Grey Cup championships. Under Levy, the Buffalo Bills entered a dynastic age where they attended four consecutive Super Bowls. He won NFL Coach of the Year in 1988 and 1995. He lives in Chicago, Illinois.

A previous Dagger in the Library winner, Jim Kelly is the author of four Peter Shaw crime novels and six previous novels in the Philip Dryden series. He lives in Ely, Cambridgeshire.